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Old 11-21-2012, 07:00 AM   #1651
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BLT with MIM and some fried cheese. yummy!
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Old 11-21-2012, 08:33 AM   #1652
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That looks so good!
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That cheese looks soooo amazingly yummy!
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Old 11-23-2012, 06:18 PM   #1654
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BLT with MIM and some fried cheese. yummy!
I clicked on the thumbnail to get a better look....is that some kind of flax bread you made? The BLT and fried cheese look fantastic! I have to try and make them both.

oops now i see the bread is the MIM...haven't heard of it yet.

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Old 11-26-2012, 11:31 AM   #1655
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I just did a flax "muffin in a minute" with something like this recipe:

1/4 cup flaxmeal
1/2 tsp. baking powder
dash of salt
1/8 tsp dill
1/8 tsp. garlic powder
1 TBS parm cheese
1 egg

made in a square dish and cut the bread in to two thin slices of "bread" I usually mix up all these dry ingredients and put in small air tight bowls and keep in the cabinet so I always have ready to make bread so to speak. just add an egg and micro
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Old 12-02-2012, 02:51 PM   #1656
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Induction Chips & Dip



Okay, y'all. I GOT to 278 pounds, a feat accomplished by a bazillion former friends. Here's a list of their names in case you wanna shoot them on sight. Some dude named High Sodium is their running buddy, in case anyone's interested:

Potato Chips
Tortilla Chips
Corn Chips

BEWARE! These evil, vile wankers are considered armed and EXTREMELY DANGEROUS. (I just realised evil and vile are made up of the same letters! ) Do not attempt to apprehend without first logging on to Low Carb Friends and asking for backup.

Okay, that being said, yeah, for most of my adult life, I ran with a really bad crowd. Now I got some new friends, who will appear in my future cookbooks. Right now I'm finishing a series of NON Low Carb -- shamefully, yes, Standard American Diet cookbooks -- to finish what I have been contracted to do. That being said, please don't pelt me with too many rotten tomatoes. I am, after all, only on my third day of Induction, and I've loved every mouthwatering second! As soon as my current series is complete, however, I am starting on a Low Carb Series, some recipes which have already been written. Okay, this post is not a Kath Urbahn Commercial, just a public confession of the shameful food ho I really am.

That has not changed one iota. I'm just whoring around with a better class of food these days. Like this lovely couple.

Induction Chips & Dip (One Serving)


The recipe is too simple for words. Preheat your oven or toaster oven to 350. I take fifteen teaspoons of shredded cheese - about two and a half ounces of shredded cheese- this happens to be cheddar, but you can use any cheese you like. I put the 15 little piles of cheese all over a parchment paper lined baking sheet. You must use parchment or a Silpat; otherwise they WILL stick. Stick them in the oven and set the timer for seven or eight minutes. Meanwhile, get a cup of sour cream and stir in 2 tablespoons of dried minced onion and 2 teaspoons of beef bouillion powder. Mix well. Scoop out two tablespoons into a little condiment cup and sprinkle with some dried parsley to make it look pretty. When the timer dings, take out the pan and remove the cheese crisps from the paper. I use a thin fish spatula for this, as it works better than anything else.

10.9 g total fat
7.2 g sat fat
38.5 mg cholesterol
432.4 mg sodium
3.1 net carbs
5.5 g protein

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Old 12-02-2012, 03:16 PM   #1657
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I'M DROOLING HERE!

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BLT with MIM and some fried cheese. yummy!
Is the fried cheese paneer cheese, or another frying cheese? I LOVE fried cheese!!!!
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Old 12-02-2012, 03:24 PM   #1658
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I just did a flax "muffin in a minute" with something like this recipe:

1/4 cup flaxmeal
1/2 tsp. baking powder
dash of salt
1/8 tsp dill
1/8 tsp. garlic powder
1 TBS parm cheese
1 egg

made in a square dish and cut the bread in to two thin slices of "bread" I usually mix up all these dry ingredients and put in small air tight bowls and keep in the cabinet so I always have ready to make bread so to speak. just add an egg and micro
You're so very clever to make up the dry mix in advance! The last time I did Atkins, I did it ALLLLLLLLLLL wrong. But in my attempt, I did do a similar microwave flax bread. I got annoyed with having to mix it up each time. It got old. I just don't have much time. Your idea, however, of having it premixed and ready to throw an egg into it, is definitely do-able. You are way more efficient than I!! BRILLIANT, Mate!! Just bloody brill.

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Old 12-02-2012, 03:38 PM   #1659
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That is a clever idea.

Kathy~Funny post! Thx for the cheese cracker/dip recipes.
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accidentally killed the snack pic above....Induction Chips & Dip.



today's lunch: Grilled Swai Fillet and a salad dressed in olive oil and lemon.



dinner: about half the Pan Fried Ham Steaks I started with before I realised I forgot to do my porn shots, lol! Accompanied by a salad dressed in mayo, a scoop of tuna salad and a couple of tablespoons of pimiento cheese. Dessert? Diet cherry jello cup! I iz stuffedededed....



FOOOOOD PORRRRRRRRRN!!!

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THANK YOU!!!!

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That is a clever idea.

Kathy~Funny post! Thx for the cheese cracker/dip recipes.
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YUM!

I am gonna bust my butt to get back on track this week.

I don't have anything planned for dinners though that I haven't already posted a few times before
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:17 PM   #1663
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Yummo!!!

Just the thought of being able to cook, smell and taste this wonderful food is reason enough to take the time and prepare my kitchen for the low carb way of eating again. My body, mind and soul will thank me. Starting tomorrow no matter what!!! Thanks for all the wonderful contributions to this thread.
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Old 12-06-2012, 01:36 PM   #1664
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Just the thought of being able to cook, smell and taste this wonderful food is reason enough to take the time and prepare my kitchen for the low carb way of eating again. My body, mind and soul will thank me. Starting tomorrow no matter what!!! Thanks for all the wonderful contributions to this thread.
You can totally do it!
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Old 12-06-2012, 01:54 PM   #1665
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I made the cucumbers in sour cream recipe in the Atkins book. *droooooool* it is DELISH!!!!! Wowza....

My cousin Keith and his good buddy Monty are seriously addicted to grilled pimiento-cheese sandwiches. I have jokingly dubbed those sandwiches "Monty Keithos", you know, like Monte Cristos? I made a low carb Monty Keitho for breakfast this morning..... I'm still drooling just thinking of how gorgeous that awesome little sammie was....

I need to let my phone charge and then I'll upload it here. It was very, very filling. I did my day's veggies for lunch, I will still so stuffed. Dinner will be mostly protein, as I have one more week exactly, of Induction left to go.
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Old 12-22-2012, 03:45 PM   #1666
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Kath, you rock socks! I'm in loooove with the idea that I can have those Induction Chips and plan on making them ASAP!

Thanks to all that contribute to this thread, you're all giving me hope that I can be successful this time around and STICK around instead of losing a little and falling off.

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Old 12-26-2012, 02:06 PM   #1667
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I just made a batch of meatballs that clock in at .1g net carbs each. 2lbs beef makes 36 meatballs, so with the eggs and cheese, I'd say you're about 1oz per meatball.

Can you please share the receipe for these. They look so good!
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Old 12-28-2012, 11:54 AM   #1668
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Can you please share the receipe for these. They look so good!
2lbs ground beef(80/20)
4 eggs
.5 c green can parm
3 tsp oregano
2 tsp garlic powder

Mix all together, divide into 36 meatballs

Per recipe:
2800 cal
10g carbs
2g fiber
212g fat
202g protein

Per meatball (1/36th)
78 cal
.2g carb
fiber - negligible
5.8g fat
5.6g protein
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2lbs ground beef(80/20)
4 eggs
.5 c green can parm
3 tsp oregano
2 tsp garlic powder

Mix all together, divide into 36 meatballs

Per recipe:
2800 cal
10g carbs
2g fiber
212g fat
202g protein

Per meatball (1/36th)
78 cal
.2g carb
fiber - negligible
5.8g fat
5.6g protein
Thanks for sharing. This is what I need super simple things for breakfast and lunch.
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Old 01-06-2013, 02:29 PM   #1670
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Chicken Pot Pie w/Oopsie Rolls

I was really craving chicken pot pie today so I decided to make it using the oopsie rolls as the crust. It was delish!!
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Old 01-06-2013, 07:31 PM   #1671
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Stuffed Zucchini and (boring) lettuce salad with ranch


I sliced the zucchini lengthwise, used a melon baller to get the insides out (which is a huge PITA, btw) drizzled with olive oil, salt and pepper then roasted it till tender. Then I topped it with browned Italian sausage, a little spaghetti sauce and some shredded parm then back in the oven till the cheese was melted. So yummy!
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This is what i had for dinner! smoked sausage, cauliflower mashed potato and avocado and baby tomato salad with spicy brown mustard

Hope this photo bucket works!
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This could be served at a fancy shmacy place my dear! Looks delish!
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thanks! I am having a lot of fun with my new way of eating! Here is a pic of some pork belly i did on the grill a few weeks ago! just some salt and pepper and a slow grill and it came out delish! Like huge chunks of crispy bacon!

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Low carb stir fry

I whipped this up for dinner tonight:

Onion, broccoli, bell pepper, bean sprouts, shirataki noodles, chicken breast, powdered ginger, minced garlic, fresh lime juice.....

Delish!!!
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I want to do induction any one can help me with some recipes easy
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Stuffed Zucchini and (boring) lettuce salad with ranch


I sliced the zucchini lengthwise, used a melon baller to get the insides out (which is a huge PITA, btw) drizzled with olive oil, salt and pepper then roasted it till tender. Then I topped it with browned Italian sausage, a little spaghetti sauce and some shredded parm then back in the oven till the cheese was melted. So yummy!
Someone may have already replied to this, but just fyi, it looks fantastic! And for easiness, next time roast it first, then scoop out the insides, and put the filling in - no more PITA
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Someone may have already replied to this, but just fyi, it looks fantastic! And for easiness, next time roast it first, then scoop out the insides, and put the filling in - no more PITA
OMG! That is GENIUS!
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i made those little cream cheese muffins today (the regular way, in muffin cups) - they are really excellent!



can you send me recipe pls
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We have been asked by several LCF members to address their concerns that some members are posting food photos and requiring members to go to another site (such as a blog) to obtain the recipe. Concerns have been noted that this is drawing members away from LCF.

While we understand that bloggers want to attract attention to their site, we also need to address the issue that it is our intention to keep members on LCF.

Therefore, you are welcome to post a photo AND a recipe. You are welcome to include a link to your blog ... the best place is in your signature. However, we ask that you refrain from posting photos and forcing members to go to your blog for the recipe and more information.

LCF is a huge forum with many thousands of members, and we try to handle issues as fairly as possible. We hope you can understand our position on this matter. Our intent is to keep members on the LCF site while recognizing that members do have blogs they would like to share.

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Just quoting this to remind everyone to not just post images, please post the recipe as well for the convenience of the other board members.
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